Monthly Archives: November 2012

The Policy-Produced Achievement Gap

One problem with a system that rewards high performing schools is that the recognition of high performing schools requires the existence of low performing schools. As we struggle with the challenge of improving public education, no matter how much higher … Continue reading

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Old-school Research

It’s easy to forget how easy research has become in the information age until something doesn’t work. For the last few months ERIC databases has pulled down many of their articles for review. Apparently, there were some old articles that … Continue reading

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